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Jan 19, 2013 10:00am EST
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Jan 20, 2013 7:00am PST
look at the new picture of the president in this second term, there's a sense of energy and enthusiasm. is that what you are seeing from this president going into the second term? >> absolutely. he is as energized as i have ever seen him. a lot of that did come from his ability to get out and connect. it reminds him why he works so hard every day to improve the quality of life for hard working americans who just want a fair shot and a fair shake. he's insisting everybody play by the same set of rules. he wants to make sure we engage the american people. with them behind him, we can do big things. it's what he's committed to do in his second term. >> speaking of talking to the people. women were an incredibly important part of the coalition that reelected president obama. there's been a lot of criticism about the president not having enough women in the second cabinet. there you are, a very powerful voice who is not intimidated to be in a room full of men advising the president. tell me how you respond to that critique? >> give him a chance to finish rounding out the cabinet. we know, f
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